Kakalaki Kids

Storefront Stories

Kakalaki Kids is a children’s resale and retail clothing boutique located in Downtown Anderson. They offer a way for mothers to donate and recycle old clothing and purchase retail clothing as their children grow.
This business was opened in March of 2019 by Lisa Rumsey. She loves to serve the community through her business. Her main goal with this boutique is to “meet the need,” whether that is selling retail clothing, donating clothing to people in need, or simply providing a safe place where moms can come in and see the light and love of Christ.

Lisa Rumsey was so sweet and welcoming, and we enjoyed getting to talk with her and learning more about her small business. Her servant’s heart was apparent through her enthusiasm and genuine care that she showed for this store and the community.

Don’t forget to stop by Kakalaki Kids for your children’s clothing needs!

Kakalaki Kids
1405 North Main Street
Anderson, SC 29621
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This video story was crafted and produced by digital media students from Anderson University’s Communication Program. As an Assistant Professor of Communication and owner of Rettew Creative, Bobby Rettew led a team of students in the COM 351 Corporate Video Production class to create these stories. This project provided a unique opportunity where students were able to leverage their technical video production skills along with enhancing their soft skills by interacting with clients and connecting with the downtown Anderson business community.

Each class Bobby Rettew shares, “Video production is more than the technical knowledge necessary to capture the story, but also the culmination people management skills and the ‘Tetris’ game of managing all the stakeholders calendars. To find and tell stories, you must know how to work with people and meet them where they are!”

Anderson University Production Team
Cara Johnson: Producer/Camera Operator/Editor
Savannah Huskey: Assistant Producer/Camera Operator/Interviewer
Ryan Gundersen: Camera Operator/Editor
Adam Crawford: Camera Operator/Editor
Bobby Rettew: Professor & Executive Producer